Telugu film industry always sings loud about the way senior producer Allu Aravind’s runs his business. Especially he’s known for the kind of business acumen he has when it comes to setting up few projects.
Recently Aravind has come up with projects like Geetha Govindam and Taxiwala, and those two films have done well for him. But he has regrets of missing some interesting films like Brochevarervaru Ra and Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya that minted crores for the producers and distributors. Though he has heard about those films, he hasn’t bought them as he felt that they won’t work.
After looking at the way they worked out, Aravind is asking his team to find the directors of those films and shower them with advance paychecks. The owner of Geetha Arts has now given instructions to his team to not miss out such brilliant young directors and asked them to lock them for a project in the future.
Not just Aravind, but many deep-rooted producers (and distributors) are of the opinion that they should work with the young directors of these films in order to maximise, both their image and box office capability. Are those directors willing to work with these established players is the question that needs to be answered now.